Composite sinks are engineered by combining crushed granite or quartz with a resin filler. This makes them scratch, stain and heat-resistant or, in other words, very easy to maintain
- Quality composite granite sinks are formed under high pressure, making them nonporous, hygienic, and resistant to heat, stains, scratches, and chips. Plus, unlike natural granite, a composite granite sink surface won't require sealing.
- Composite granite sinks features uniform color throughout the material.
- When exposed to high heat, composite granite sinks will not lose color. You can transfer a pot or pan directly from the stove to the sink without worry.
- A composite granite sink suits almost any kitchen design.